Posted: 7/28/2011 2:15:12 PM
I made a double recipe for my husband's birthday party, and they disappeared very quickly. Delicious! Everyone was looking for more.
Remember to grease the pans-even though they may be non-stick. They'll stick if you don't.
Posted: 5/9/2011 5:59:14 PM
Use a shot glass to cut pastry
Posted: 5/7/2010 9:44:40 AM
Loved the flavor of this dish. I slow cooked the onions longer than the recipe and I used more cheese. But these are the best!
Posted: 4/27/2010 9:30:01 AM
These were delicious! I absent mindedly put in the entire 8 ounce container of sour cream, but it did not hurt the recipe at all. They looked fine and tasted great. I followed the suggestion of using the shot glass to cut the rounds and I didn't have any trouble removing the puffs from the pan. I am definitely making this recipe again and again.
Posted: 4/22/2010 2:10:45 PM
Great recipe-everyone loved it!
Posted: 2/9/2010 8:38:43 AM
I doubled the batch and made it for Superbowl Sunday. What a hit! I forgot to buy the red pepper so I substituted tomato, plus I added a little more hot sauce. I may try adding some crab meat next time.
Posted: 2/13/2009 10:52:52 AM
Delicious, fast, easy! What a great dish to take to a potluck (brunch or breakfast).%0d%0aEveryone loved them! I would definitely make these again. My changes were using fat free sour cream and soy cheese to make it just a little bit healthier. Oh, I also used reduced fat crescent dough.
Posted: 1/16/2009 12:22:22 PM
They were ok, but really not enough filling.
Posted: 12/10/2008 2:47:23 PM
I used a shot glass to cut out the rounds. Mine did not stick to the mini muffin tin, probably because the shot glass I used was a little smaller than the round of the muffin tin. As for the waste as far as after the rounds are cut out, just like when cutting out Christmas cookies, you can squeeze all the dough together after the rounds are cut out, roll out again and cut out more...........
Posted: 12/10/2008 2:44:29 PM
These are AWESOME! Everyone I serve them to, loves them. I've also discovered that you can actually cook them and after they have cooled, store them in the freezer. Then reheat in a toaster over and they are just as good as the day you originally made them.